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1961 Philadelphia Phillies season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 1961 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 69th in franchise history. The Phillies finished the season in last place in the National League at 47–107, 46 games behind the NL Champion Cincinnati Reds. The team also lost 23 games in a row, the most in the majors since 1900.

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Offseason

Regular season

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cincinnati Reds 93 61 0.604 47–30 46–31
Los Angeles Dodgers 89 65 0.578 4 45–32 44–33
San Francisco Giants 85 69 0.552 8 45–32 40–37
Milwaukee Braves 83 71 0.539 10 45–32 38–39
St. Louis Cardinals 80 74 0.519 13 48–29 32–45
Pittsburgh Pirates 75 79 0.487 18 38–39 37–40
Chicago Cubs 64 90 0.416 29 40–37 24–53
Philadelphia Phillies 47 107 0.305 46 22–55 25–52

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Team CHC CIN LAD MIL PHI PIT SF STL
Chicago 12–10 7–15 9–13–1 13–9 11–11 5–17 7–15–1
Cincinnati 10–12 12–10 15–7 19–3 11–11 12–10 14–8
Los Angeles 15–7 10–12 12–10 17–5 13–9 10–12 12–10
Milwaukee 13–9–1 7–15 10–12 16–6 12–10 11–11 14–8
Philadelphia 9–13 3–19 5–17 6–16 7–15 8–14–1 9–13
Pittsburgh 11–11 11–11 9–13 10–12 15–7 10–12 9–13
San Francisco 17–5 10–12 12–10 11–11 14–8–1 12–10 9–13
St. Louis 15–7–1 8–14 10–12 8–14 13–9 13–9 13–9


Notable transactions

1961 Game log

Legend
  Phillies win
  Phillies loss
  Phillies tie
  Postponement
Bold Phillies team member
1961 Game Log[5]
Overall Record: 47–107
April (6–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 11 @ Dodgers 2–6 Don Drysdale (1–0) Robin Roberts (0–1) Larry Sherry (1) 50,927 0–1
2 April 12 @ Dodgers 2–3 Johnny Podres (1–0) Frank Sullivan (0–1) Larry Sherry (2) 10,694 0–2
3 April 13 @ Dodgers 8–7 Turk Farrell (1–0) Ed Palmquist (0–1) None 10,312 1–2
4 April 14 @ Giants 0–2 Mike McCormick (1–1) Art Mahaffey (0–1) None 19,989 1–3
5 April 15 @ Giants 2–0 Dallas Green (1–0) Juan Marichal (0–1) None 18,755 2–3
6 April 16 @ Giants 2–5 Sam Jones (1–0) Robin Roberts (0–2) Billy O'Dell (1) 23,594 2–4
April 18 Braves Postponed (rain);[6] Makeup: July 19 as a traditional double-header
April 19 Braves Postponed (rain and cold weather);[7][8] Makeup: August 25 as a traditional double-header
7 April 20 Braves 6–7 (11) Ron Piché (1–0) John Buzhardt (0–1) None 9,531 2–5
8 April 21 Cubs 2–3 Don Cardwell (1–0) Robin Roberts (0–3) Don Elston (1) 5,738 2–6
9 April 22 Cubs 4–6 (11) Don Elston (3–0) Turk Farrell (1–1) None 3,996 2–7
10 April 23 (1) Cubs 1–0 Frank Sullivan (1–1) Dick Ellsworth (0–1) None see 2nd game 3–7
11 April 23 (2) Cubs 6–0 Art Mahaffey (1–1) Bob Anderson (0–2) None 16,027 4–7
April 25 @ Pirates Postponed (rain and wet grounds);[9][10] Makeup: June 25 as a traditional double-header
12 April 26 @ Pirates 2–3 Vinegar Bend Mizell (2–0) Dallas Green (1–1) None 9,420 4–8
13 April 28 @ Cardinals 9–10 (11) Al Cicotte (1–2) Dallas Green (1–2) None 5,620 4–9
14 April 29 @ Cardinals 3–2 Art Mahaffey (2–1) Ray Sadecki (1–1) None 6,175 5–9
15 April 30 @ Cardinals 11–7 (10) Turk Farrell (2–1) Larry Jackson (0–2) None 8,194 6–9
May (6–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
16 May 1 @ Reds 2–3 Jim O'Toole (2–2) Robin Roberts (0–4) None 2,089 6–10
17 May 2 @ Reds 2–3 Ken Hunt (2–1) Dallas Green (1–3) Jim Brosnan (3) 3,026 6–11
18 May 3 @ Reds 3–9 Jim Maloney (1–1) John Buzhardt (0–2) Bill Henry (1) 4,018 6–12
19 May 4 @ Reds 0–4 Joey Jay (1–3) Art Mahaffey (2–2) None 3,087 6–13
20 May 5 Giants 2–4 Juan Marichal (2–1) Frank Sullivan (1–2) None 15,674 6–14
May 6 Giants Postponed (rain);[11] Makeup: July 28 as a traditional double-header
21 May 7 Giants 0–7 Billy Loes (3–1) Robin Roberts (0–5) None 9,985 6–15
22 May 8 Dodgers 3–4 (10) Turk Farrell (3–1) Chris Short (0–1) None 8,529 6–16
23 May 9 Dodgers 2–5 (6) Don Drysdale (3–2) Art Mahaffey (2–3) None 11,483 6–17
24 May 10 Dodgers 0–6 Johnny Podres (5–0) Frank Sullivan (1–3) None 8,170 6–18
25 May 12 Cardinals 1–5 Ernie Broglio (3–3) John Buzhardt (0–3) None 5,463 6–19
26 May 13 Cardinals 3–1 Art Mahaffey (3–3) Ray Sadecki (2–2) None 5,827 7–19
27 May 14 Cardinals 6–4 Chris Short (1–1) Lindy McDaniel (2–2) None 4,276 8–19
28 May 16 Reds 2–4 Joey Jay (3–3) Frank Sullivan (1–4) None 5,428 8–20
29 May 17 Reds 1–2 Bob Purkey (4–1) John Buzhardt (0–4) None 4,641 8–21
30 May 19 Pirates 4–1 Art Mahaffey (4–3) Bob Friend (4–4) None 16,035 9–21
31 May 20 Pirates 3–4 Joe Gibbon (3–2) Robin Roberts (0–6) Roy Face (6) 12,547 9–22
32 May 21 Pirates 11–13 Bob Friend (5–4) Don Ferrarese (0–1) None 9,291 9–23
33 May 23 @ Cubs 2–1 (10) Frank Sullivan (2–4) Glen Hobbie (2–5) Chris Short (1) 2,179 10–23
34 May 24 @ Braves 7–1 Art Mahaffey (5–3) Don Nottebart (2–3) None 9,120 11–23
May 25 @ Braves Postponed (rain);[12] Makeup: July 5 as a traditional double-header
May 26 @ Reds Postponed (cold);[13] Makeup: August 2 as a traditional double-header
35 May 27 @ Reds 4–5 Joey Jay (5–3) John Buzhardt (0–5) Jim Brosnan (5) 7,690 11–24
36 May 28 @ Reds 2–4 Bob Purkey (5–2) Frank Sullivan (2–5) None 6,632 11–25
37 May 30 (1) Braves 1–3 Bob Buhl (2–4) Don Ferrarese (0–2) None see 2nd game 11–26
38 May 30 (2) Braves 11–4 Art Mahaffey (6–3) Carl Willey (2–1) None 28,783 12–26
39 May 31 Cubs 4–5 Bob Anderson (2–3) Robin Roberts (0–7) Don Elston (5) 4,213 12–27
June (10–18–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
40 June 1 Cubs 3–10 Glen Hobbie (3–5) Frank Sullivan (2–6) None 3,785 12–28
41 June 2 @ Pirates 6–0 John Buzhardt (1–5) Bob Friend (5–7) None 14,344 13–28
42 June 3 @ Pirates 1–5 Bobby Shantz (2–1) Art Mahaffey (6–4) Roy Face (7) 11,153 13–29
43 June 4 @ Pirates 5–0 Don Ferrarese (1–2) Vinegar Bend Mizell (4–3) None 27,352 14–29
44 June 5 @ Giants 3–2 Robin Roberts (1–7) Mike McCormick (5–5) None 4,881 15–29
45 June 6 @ Giants 13–9 Dallas Green (2–3) Billy O'Dell (1–3) Ken Lehman (1) 10,533 16–29
46 June 7 @ Giants 3–4 (11) Stu Miller (5–0) Chris Short (1–2) None 6,048 16–30
47 June 8 @ Giants 5–2 John Buzhardt (2–5) Sam Jones (5–5) None 5,703 17–30
48 June 9 @ Dodgers 1–3 Don Drysdale (4–3) Frank Sullivan (2–7) None 19,110 17–31
49 June 10 @ Dodgers 4–5 Larry Sherry (2–2) John Buzhardt (2–6) None 18,908 17–32
50 June 11 @ Dodgers 3–6 Sandy Koufax (9–2) Art Mahaffey (6–5) None 18,833 17–33
51 June 13 Cardinals 3–2 Frank Sullivan (3–7) Larry Jackson (2–6) None 7,327 18–33
June 14 Cardinals Postponed (rain);[14] Makeup: August 29 as a traditional double-header
52 June 15 Cardinals 3–6 Ray Sadecki (5–4) Art Mahaffey (6–6) Bob Miller (2) 6,789 18–34
53 June 16 Reds 1–4 Ken Hunt (7–3) John Buzhardt (2–7) Jim Brosnan (10) 10,508 18–35
54 June 17 Reds 5–10 Bob Purkey (8–3) Robin Roberts (1–8) None 5,205 18–36
55 June 18 (1) Reds 2–7 Howie Nunn (2–0) Don Ferrarese (1–3) None see 2nd game 18–37
56 June 18 (2) Reds 0–10 Jim O'Toole (6–6) Chris Short (1–3) None 16,369 18–38
57 June 20 Pirates 2–6 Harvey Haddix (5–2) Art Mahaffey (6–7) Roy Face (10) 10,649 18–39
June 21 Pirates Postponed (rain);[15] Makeup: August 8 as a traditional double-header
58 June 22 Pirates 1–5 Bob Friend (8–7) John Buzhardt (2–8) None 9,126 18–40
59 June 23 @ Pirates 12–11 Ken Lehman (1–0) Earl Francis (0–2) Frank Sullivan (1) 16,170 19–40
60 June 24 @ Pirates 6–2 Chris Short (2–3) Vinegar Bend Mizell (4–6) Frank Sullivan (2) 9,546 20–40
61 June 25 (1) @ Pirates 5–10 Roy Face (3–3) Jack Baldschun (0–1) None see 2nd game 20–41
62 June 25 (2) @ Pirates 4–3 Art Mahaffey (7–7) Harvey Haddix (5–3) Frank Sullivan (3) 10,951 21–41
63 June 26 Giants 1–0 Jim Owens (1–0) Jack Sanford (3–5) Dallas Green (1) 7,872 22–41
64 June 27 Giants 5–12 Juan Marichal (5–4) John Buzhardt (2–9) Stu Miller (7) 10,728 22–42
65 June 28 Giants 7–7 (15)[16][17] None None None 11,597 22–42–1
66 June 29 (1) Giants 7–8 (10) Juan Marichal (6–4) Frank Sullivan (3–8) None see 2nd game 22–43–1
67 June 29 (2) Giants 1–4 Billy Loes (5–5) Art Mahaffey (7–8) None 14,997 22–44–1
68 June 30 Dodgers 6–10 Stan Williams (7–7) Jim Owens (1–1) Turk Farrell (3) 17,518 22–45–1
July (8–21)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
69 July 1 Dodgers 2–5 Johnny Podres (8–1) John Buzhardt (2–10) Larry Sherry (11) 19,064 22–46–1
70 July 2 Dodgers 1–2 Don Drysdale (6–5) Art Mahaffey (7–9) Turk Farrell (4) 15,039 22–47–1
71 July 4 (1) @ Cardinals 7–10 Curt Simmons (3–7) Don Ferrarese (1–4) Mickey McDermott (4) see 2nd game 22–48–1
72 July 4 (2) @ Cardinals 10–6 Jack Baldschun (1–1) Craig Anderson (1–1) Frank Sullivan (4) 14,653 23–48–1
73 July 5 (1) @ Braves 4–5 (12) Don McMahon (4–0) Frank Sullivan (3–9) None see 2nd game 23–49–1
74 July 5 (2) @ Braves 0–4 Lew Burdette (9–5) Ken Lehman (1–1) None 14,280 23–50–1
75 July 6 @ Braves 6–7 Johnny Antonelli (1–4) Don Ferrarese (1–5) Don McMahon (5) 10,439 23–51–1
76 July 7 @ Cubs 3–9 Don Cardwell (8–6) Chris Short (2–4) None 5,356 23–52–1
77 July 8 @ Cubs 4–6 Jack Curtis (6–2) Jim Owens (1–2) Barney Schultz (5) 11,645 23–53–1
78 July 9 (1) @ Cubs 8–9 Glen Hobbie (7–9) Art Mahaffey (7–10) Bob Anderson (3) see 2nd game 23–54–1
79 July 9 (2) @ Cubs 5–8 (8) Dick Ellsworth (4–6) Chris Short (2–5) None 20,556 23–55–1
July 11 1961 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Candlestick Park in San Francisco
80 July 13 @ Dodgers 2–7 Stan Williams (9–8) Art Mahaffey (7–11) None 14,238 23–56–1
81 July 14 @ Dodgers 7–5 (10) Jack Baldschun (2–1) Roger Craig (3–6) None 13,871 24–56–1
82 July 15 @ Dodgers 7–2 Chris Short (3–5) Sandy Koufax (11–6) None 8,062 25–56–1
83 July 16 @ Giants 3–7 Sam Jones (7–5) Jim Owens (1–3) Stu Miller (8) 17,608 25–57–1
84 July 17 @ Giants 10–7 Jack Baldschun (3–1) Bobby Bolin (2–1) None 10,401 26–57–1
85 July 19 (1) Braves 5–8 Bob Buhl (6–8) Art Mahaffey (7–12) Don McMahon (6) see 2nd game 26–58–1
86 July 19 (2) Braves 2–1 Don Ferrarese (2–5) Carl Willey (3–4) None 19,818 27–58–1
87 July 20 Braves 1–5 Bob Hendley (3–2) Chris Short (3–6) None 6,614 27–59–1
88 July 21 Cubs 4–3 (10) Jack Baldschun (4–1) Barney Schultz (3–2) None 5,413 28–59–1
89 July 22 Cubs 6–5 Chris Short (4–6) Glen Hobbie (7–11) Jack Baldschun (1) 2,956 29–59–1
90 July 23 Cubs 5–11 Don Elston (6–5) Art Mahaffey (7–13) None 3,476 29–60–1
91 July 25 Dodgers 2–7 Sandy Koufax (13–6) Don Ferrarese (2–6) None 10,391 29–61–1
92 July 26 Dodgers 1–6 Don Drysdale (8–6) Jim Owens (1–4) None 10,058 29–62–1
93 July 27 Dodgers 6–11 Roger Craig (4–6) Jack Baldschun (4–2) Larry Sherry (14) 8,415 29–63–1
94 July 28 (1) Giants 5–8 Dom Zanni (1–0) Art Mahaffey (7–14) Stu Miller (9) see 2nd game 29–64–1
95 July 28 (2) Giants 4–3 John Buzhardt (3–10) Dick LeMay (2–4) None 19,558 30–64–1
96 July 29 Giants 3–4 Mike McCormick (9–9) Don Ferrarese (2–7) None 8,667 30–65–1
97 July 30 Giants 2–5 Jack Sanford (6–5) Jim Owens (1–5) None 8,347 30–66–1
July 31 1961 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Fenway Park in Boston
August (7–26)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
98 August 2 (1) @ Reds 2–4 Jim O'Toole (11–8) Art Mahaffey (7–15) Bill Henry (13) see 2nd game 30–67–1
99 August 2 (2) @ Reds 2–3 Joey Jay (15–6) Chris Short (4–7) Sherman Jones (2) 19,286 30–68–1
100 August 3 @ Reds 1–7 Ken Johnson (2–4) John Buzhardt (3–11) None 9,625 30–69–1
101 August 4 @ Cardinals 8–9 Ernie Broglio (8–10) Don Ferrarese (2–8) Ed Bauta (2) 8,749 30–70–1
102 August 5 @ Cardinals 0–7 Curt Simmons (6–7) Paul Brown (0–1) None 7,140 30–71–1
103 August 6 (1) @ Cardinals 1–3 Ray Sadecki (9–5) Frank Sullivan (3–10) None see 2nd game 30–72–1
104 August 6 (2) @ Cardinals 2–3 Bob Gibson (8–8) Jim Owens (1–6) None 18,784 30–73–1
105 August 7 Pirates 1–3 Bob Friend (11–13) John Buzhardt (3–12) None 5,586 30–74–1
106 August 8 (1) Pirates 2–10 Harvey Haddix (8–5) Art Mahaffey (7–16) None see 2nd game 30–75–1
107 August 8 (2) Pirates 2–3 Tom Sturdivant (3–6) Chris Short (4–8) None 11,081 30–76–1
108 August 9 Reds 0–5 Joey Jay (16–7) Don Ferrarese (2–9) None 9,317 30–77–1
109 August 11 @ Pirates 0–6 (7) Bob Friend (12–13) Robin Roberts (1–9) None 12,965 30–78–1
110 August 12 @ Pirates 0–4 Vinegar Bend Mizell (6–8) Jim Owens (1–7) None 8,785 30–79–1
111 August 13 @ Pirates 4–13 Tom Sturdivant (4–6) John Buzhardt (3–13) None 12,923 30–80–1
112 August 14 @ Cubs 2–9 Dick Ellsworth (6–7) Frank Sullivan (3–11) None 5,608 30–81–1
113 August 15 @ Cubs 5–6 Jack Curtis (8–7) Art Mahaffey (7–17) Bob Anderson (5) 5,878 30–82–1
114 August 16 @ Cubs 5–9 Don Cardwell (10–10) Chris Short (4–9) None 6,390 30–83–1
115 August 17 @ Braves 6–7 (11) Don Nottebart (4–6) Jack Baldschun (4–3) None 12,451 30–84–1
116 August 18 @ Braves 1–4 Lew Burdette (15–8) Jim Owens (1–8) None 15,791 30–85–1
117 August 19 @ Braves 3–4 Tony Cloninger (4–2) Frank Sullivan (3–12) Don McMahon (7) 10,574 30–86–1
118 August 20 (1) @ Braves 2–5 Warren Spahn (14–12) Chris Short (4–10) None see 2nd game 30–87–1
119 August 20 (2) @ Braves 7–4 John Buzhardt (4–13) Carl Willey (5–7) None 24,637 31–87–1
120 August 22 Cubs 6–0 Art Mahaffey (8–17) Dick Ellsworth (7–8) None 4,957 32–87–1
August 23 Cubs Postponed (wet grounds);[18] Makeup: August 24
121 August 24 Cubs 7–4 Jim Owens (2–8) Jack Curtis (8–9) Don Ferrarese (1) 2,773 33–87–1
122 August 25 (1) Braves 9–4 John Buzhardt (5–13) Carl Willey (5–8) None see 2nd game 34–87–1
123 August 25 (2) Braves 4–9 Tony Cloninger (5–2) Frank Sullivan (3–13) None 13,037 34–88–1
August 26 Braves Postponed (rain);[19] Makeup: August 27 as a traditional double-header
124 August 27 (1) Braves 10–11 (12) Bob Hendley (4–3) Jim Owens (2–9) None see 2nd game 34–89–1
125 August 27 (2) Braves 3–0 Art Mahaffey (9–17) Bob Buhl (9–10) None 9,263 35–89–1
126 August 28 Braves 1–7 Warren Spahn (16–12) Robin Roberts (1–10) None 6,346 35–90–1
127 August 29 (1) Cardinals 4–5 Curt Simmons (8–9) John Buzhardt (5–14) Ed Bauta (5) see 2nd game 35–91–1
128 August 29 (2) Cardinals 4–3 Chris Short (5–10) Al Cicotte (2–5) None 8,592 36–91–1
129 August 30 Cardinals 4–3 Don Ferrarese (3–9) Ray Sadecki (12–7) None 4,952 37–91–1
130 August 31 Cardinals 1–2 Bob Gibson (10–10) Art Mahaffey (9–18) None 4,803 37–92–1
September (10–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
131 September 2 Reds 4–7 Joey Jay (19–8) John Buzhardt (5–15) Bill Henry (16) 4,147 37–93–1
132 September 3 Reds 3–2 Jim Owens (3–9) Jim Maloney (6–6) None 4,752 38–93–1
133 September 4 (1) Reds 0–5 Ken Johnson (6–6) Frank Sullivan (3–14) None see 2nd game 38–94–1
134 September 4 (2) Reds 5–3 Art Mahaffey (10–18) Ken Hunt (9–10) None 16,175 39–94–1
135 September 5 @ Braves 4–5 (14) Lew Burdette (16–9) Frank Sullivan (3–15) None 8,018 39–95–1
136 September 6 @ Braves 0–1 Warren Spahn (18–12) John Buzhardt (5–16) None 10,090 39–96–1
137 September 8 @ Cubs 1–4 Dick Ellsworth (8–10) Art Mahaffey (10–19) None 1,533 39–97–1
138 September 9 @ Cubs 6–2 Jim Owens (4–9) Jack Curtis (10–11) None 7,110 40–97–1
139 September 10 @ Cubs 14–6 Don Ferrarese (4–9) Barney Schultz (7–4) Frank Sullivan (5) 7,628 41–97–1
140 September 11 @ Dodgers 5–6 (11) Ron Perranoski (7–5) Don Ferrarese (4–10) None 9,064 41–98–1
141 September 12 @ Dodgers 19–10 Chris Short (6–10) Sandy Koufax (15–11) Jack Baldschun (2) 8,629 42–98–1
142 September 13 @ Giants 2–8 Jim Duffalo (4–0) Dallas Green (2–4) None 5,585 42–99–1
143 September 14 @ Giants 4–3 (10) John Buzhardt (6–16) Dick LeMay (3–6) None 4,328 43–99–1
144 September 16 @ Reds 2–3 Jim O'Toole (16–9) Jim Owens (4–10) Jim Brosnan (15) 8,376 43–100–1
145 September 17 @ Reds 4–0 Art Mahaffey (11–19) Bob Purkey (16–11) Frank Sullivan (6) 14,671 44–100–1
146 September 19 @ Cardinals 0–3 Curt Simmons (9–10) John Buzhardt (6–17) None 4,935 44–101–1
147 September 20 @ Cardinals 6–1 Don Ferrarese (5–10) Ernie Broglio (9–12) None 5,113 45–101–1
148 September 22 Pirates 2–3 Clem Labine (4–1) Frank Sullivan (3–16) None 4,687 45–102–1
149 September 23 Pirates 5–4 (16) Jack Baldschun (5–3) Roy Face (6–12) None 4,005 46–102–1
150 September 24 Pirates 3–4 Vinegar Bend Mizell (7–10) Chris Short (6–11) Tom Sturdivant (1) 3,282 46–103–1
151 September 25 Giants 2–10 Mike McCormick (13–16) Don Ferrarese (5–11) None 3,416 46–104–1
152 September 27 Dodgers 2–1 Jim Owens (5–10) Sandy Koufax (18–13) Jack Baldschun (3) 4,166 47–104–1
153 September 28 Dodgers 0–10 Don Drysdale (13–10) Chris Short (6–12) None 3,651 47–105–1
154 September 30 Cardinals 2–12 Ray Washburn (1–1) John Buzhardt (6–18) None 2,587 47–106–1
October (0–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
155 October 1 Cardinals 0–2 Bob Gibson (13–12) Don Ferrarese (5–12) None 2,496 47–107–1

Roster

1961 Philadelphia Phillies
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

[20]

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Clay Dalrymple 129 378 83 .220 5 42
1B Pancho Herrera 126 400 103 .258 13 51
2B Tony Taylor 106 400 100 .250 2 26
3B Charley Smith 112 411 102 .248 9 47
SS Rubén Amaro 135 381 98 .257 1 32
LF Johnny Callison 138 455 121 .266 9 47
CF Tony González 126 426 118 .277 12 58
RF Ken Walters 86 180 41 .228 2 14

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Don Demeter 106 382 98 .257 20 68
Bobby Malkmus 121 342 79 .231 7 31
Lee Walls 91 261 73 .280 8 30
Bobby Smith 79 174 44 .253 2 18
Wes Covington 57 165 50 .303 7 26
Bobby Del Greco 41 112 29 .259 2 11
Darrell Johnson 21 61 14 .230 0 3
Bob Sadowski 16 54 7 .130 0 0
Jim Woods 23 48 11 .229 2 9
Choo Choo Coleman 34 47 6 .128 0 4
Elmer Valo 50 43 8 .186 1 8
George Williams 17 36 9 .250 0 1
Tony Curry 15 36 7 .194 0 3
Cal Neeman 19 31 7 .226 0 2
Jimmie Coker 11 25 10 .400 1 4
Al Kenders 10 23 4 .174 0 1
Joe Koppe 6 3 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Art Mahaffey 36 219.1 11 19 4.10 158
John Buzhardt 41 202.1 6 18 4.49 92
Robin Roberts 26 117.0 1 10 5.85 54
Jim Owens 20 106.2 5 10 4.47 38

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Frank Sullivan 49 159.1 3 16 4.29 114
Don Ferrarese 42 138.2 5 12 3.76 89
Dallas Green 42 128.0 2 4 4.85 51
Chris Short 39 127.1 6 12 5.94 80
Paul Brown 5 10.0 0 1 8.10 1

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Jack Baldschun 65 5 3 3 3.88 59
Ken Lehman 41 1 1 1 4.26 27
Turk Farrell 5 2 1 0 6.52 10
Jack Meyer 1 0 0 0 9.00 2

Minor league system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Buffalo Bisons International League Kerby Farrell
AA Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association Frank Lucchesi
A Williamsport Grays Eastern League Andy Seminick
B Des Moines Demons Illinois–Indiana–Iowa League Chuck Kress
C Bakersfield Bears California League Lou Kahn
C Magic Valley Cowboys Pioneer League Jack Phillips
D Dothan Phillies Alabama–Florida League Bob Wellman
D Elmira Pioneers New York–Penn League Moose Johnson

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Buffalo, Chattanooga[21]

Notes

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  2. ^ "Charley Smith Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved March 18, 2016.
  3. ^ "Warren Hacker Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved March 18, 2016.
  4. ^ "Wes Covington Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved March 18, 2016.
  5. ^ "1961 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule, Box Scores and Splits". Baseball-Reference.com.
  6. ^ Thisted, Red (April 19, 1961). "Rain Stops Braves, Phils". Milwaukee Sentinel. Milwaukee, WI. pp. 1, 3, part 2. Retrieved March 7, 2016.
  7. ^ Wolf, Bob (April 20, 1961). "McHale Cools Off on Owens, but Farrell Is Still Hot Issue: Braves and Phils Officials Talk of Possible Deal as Second Game Is Called Off". Milwaukee Journal. Milwaukee, WI. pp. 16, 18, part 2. Retrieved March 7, 2016.
  8. ^ "The Majors". Pittsburgh Press. Pittsburgh, PA. April 20, 1961. p. 43. Retrieved March 7, 2016.
  9. ^ Hernon, Jack (April 26, 1961). "Pirates-Phillies' Series Lidlifter Washed Out: Awards Night Ceremonies Also Victim Of Weather, Postponed Until May 14". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. p. 24. Retrieved March 8, 2016.
  10. ^ "The Majors". Pittsburgh Press. Pittsburgh, PA. April 26, 1961. p. 47. Retrieved March 8, 2016.
  11. ^ "The Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. May 7, 1961. p. 2, section 3. Retrieved March 10, 2016.
  12. ^ "The Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. May 26, 1961. p. 22. Retrieved March 14, 2016.
  13. ^ "The Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. May 27, 1961. p. 9. Retrieved March 10, 2016.
  14. ^ "Baseball in a Nutshell". Milwaukee Sentinel. Milwaukee, WI. June 15, 1961. p. 6, part 2. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  15. ^ Hernon, Jack (June 22, 1961). "Don't Count Out Pirates–Murtaugh: 'We'll Make Noise Yet,' Says Pilot; Game Rained Out". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. p. 31. Retrieved March 12, 2016.
  16. ^ "Giants, Phils Deadlock in Marathon, 7-7: 15-Frame Battle Is Longest Night Game in History". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. Associated Press (AP). June 29, 1961. p. 29. Retrieved March 10, 2016. The contest was called after each team had scored three runs in the 15th by the National League rule which prohibits starting an inning after 12:50 a. m.
  17. ^ "Giants, Phillies Battle to a Tie". Milwaukee Journal. Milwaukee, WI. Associated Press (AP). June 29, 1961. p. 15, part 2. Retrieved March 10, 2016. ... the longest night game, in time, in major league history ...
  18. ^ "The Major Leagues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. August 24, 1961. p. 32. Retrieved March 16, 2016.
  19. ^ "Baseball Standings". Milwaukee Journal. Milwaukee, WI. August 27, 1961. p. 2 (sports). Retrieved March 17, 2016.
  20. ^ "1961 Philadelphia Phillies Roster by Baseball Almanac". Retrieved March 18, 2016.
  21. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 2nd and 3rd editions. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997 and 2007

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